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,- .. "iricr . Jan 17l Zealand JanS!
i-hr llfCttr of Sydney FebM
?:r.NewTe..Jiarch.. Australia March 1
llrCnjotTirw Tor .April It
Ah -" Sydney Jencn
?. Tart., Australia Jnlyt
t AC Sep. l
... of Sydney 0el6
t ro AVI....OT13,
f 4f Jec JlZcala ndla Dec 4
JJO.VGI.rZr. REM" SStb. J6S1.
am nt tut tittt criettrss stems to pervade all
? l'n" bnt te.tt. .TIP Meal stir Is
t,4ni ti.nans UI eeMisties along tbewharru,
asi fras "" oe e tfcmt inward arson,
,. (MM gmefcaats met be w ell tnppHcd tdtli
7, aaic.lta. from Ox Sth arrited Sunday at
vrcatctl. Baay mrnlng wttne.e4 the caul
. I atf ( jferi and shippers.
tJ.ir arr saw errHc .lowly Inn tbe plantations,
rfuii' b not f H op rapidly.
I!, a, twtir F. CrslfcT. ban deles from Kin Fran-,.
trtstt S hV Tbe Minc are the latest
r vf "
"-Vf nxl Mrar If arriving lm the
ltaa4 BC mmbv ef lire ntwji are urerdoe. The de-,
k HawallM y. gia4ee. Ko. 1 In
JivK.ct.o.S. Itab.jvn.c; Xo.Ilnbirr.&a
MCM ftffWIhr Tsurr I a pood demand for llind
kaMtiniiGae la rn baudr It cannot
waMhtat. ellMo cmaon, HftlTc;
, TtSa Ti
4 Onieer h acain endtarorlnj: to
Elnt lie bst
CaaK j nt' faetaBatetr to st fee It la that
lifH. taliimi "Tr " aaUtsed wltli t&e re-na
the. aoC wtrta tire rtaaccsra1U no donbt
,. akatr aaaw tar Ma !.
t lart w bare tee f allowiBg arrirali from
laga yiaa ' '' Batrr Bewe f roia San FrancJpco ria
Bwkrt: Mai AwamDa ydaej; rth Ue K
,.rr frataJein ftieaaa bk merartl. from Tort
Tae dwaaitau ti ante Hark for I'orUand; bk
vosja )MflM ft audi en: bark Blreb CrsTe for tagc
laad aa4 aa AaetnNa far Sao Fianduo.
Tlrr4aa & FWHJabMr; M rail or to-morrow.
Tfcr aa ea tbe brrtb far fcan Fraseiaeo It the
Th I7 baieMem and Katabaaa raaj be expected
nw taaat ttecnad.
7V ataaaaar cS Sjaoejr lll be doe bere oc
faiarday kna Saa Frasetaoo irtUi tbe niaiU and dates
PORT OF HONOLULU.
Seiii i -An eb Bat- Xen. Hitxinr, fretn San
-Mr SS Aatalla. lrcill. ton Srdney and
rn Sadie F Caller, Laraea. from San
a Vi Bwerara, Lord, from Tort Gamble
-Ma ob Claw Ssnckelf. Caatlni. for S F
aiB a mi w mi Hum. for 1'ertland
St -He kfc Jail II,. Brfoed. far San Franrirco
a Meek Wnrrr. FraotU. for'nert.Joand
at -Mr S AartraUa. Cargill. for tan Francico
iWiWIVS AMnllL CarclN Commander
lyfiiaa ea tbe Stlt tSeiHeaiber, dlFcharrd pilot at
I (r a laaaaratc areexi aaa clear wraiurr irvintni
tx loaattaih. StsMed Maria Van Uiesan licbt at 0:
a a rata date, raaaded Konb tape at 4 x. x-, and m
Afar- rrr. trH tar Sew Zealand malls, paxengcre
ai eara a acaed lo rva tbr folkiwiar Dl;bt, dlcbar
mi-' m ta.Wir k paeeed Tire Tire at HiWr.lt.
L'tth abeaai at f:ua. x.of tbe Hlh. Expert-,,
aan 1 1 dj vloae and rUdy reatber on tbls and
fo.iasnuc dc. pawed from K. to W. Ion. in the
r.:a treaarat bard aqoallt ontbeltb and lVlh wllh
.-.-. ttw.il at rata w the 1Mb. award the qaator
..r tar tut ta rW V. Mrsac wndi rfth oc
raiaa' taae efaall prerailed ap to the 24th, a
r4rdaBtatIBllalaaij:A aoi uicioui.
rVMaaVetaea. per lotaat. 6cj
E Ualler. Sea effects: If Heimenschnelder, tea
v H WIU CBatre. W Coaradu 1 C Glade. F
L '. W Father Jlatbia, II Schmidt; It J
xte eeMrtarres; ea Cpmly. 8cs II
r: pkas laatBK and chemicals; W Weir and
V c.im Order iocs wine; Ilrmin lira.
" ii d awds . order. pks f arnllBre : tMaaefer & Co,
?. r. iMfrai. la pVe HBr. 11 pic Eroe, 3 ee jUisp;
Hnilaen Co. Me- dgaeds. 4caperfome. 16
par k e are jUam. Wpkr Ifrt. 13 pVgpalut, 1U pke
pkr wlriu. lc iwader.lSSi pkc liqnor;
C. M bWa beer. aS pkj llljnor, cases
aarMa aav. 1 csoaaeao'. a W papor. IS pke apndries
, . d-ae. 1 e psJatTmrf. p pc and 7i bdl pipe, W
.h Safpc iraaiara, Ittili. 1 lHer. 10W1 rails, aw
ct wi..rftc.ekspami. 1 n Ws bac. S
anbaaatrartal, SScspoBdar. . ca perfnme..0
ha caaaass I testans. tonHier. 4ra mirrors. 4 cj
a.uaaaiae. f At bbh tar. bis rope. S rkc cl
Kll.3demJ tnecar, 1WJ
ra.r ' aeaaJahM. barrels eSo.Sltf Wis pipe J5 pke
aa.cWi.cTT tYiTfrrnirT Mpkcdcoods. Upklbard
Fr-n: ABCiland. per Anslralia,
and Sea rifles. 10
a.- traa t. JewHrj.
. . l., loss bower, -a sks potatoes. ca old torn,
T--. . aid a few ca radse and 3.M1 pkss mdso In
trans ' far ft F.
Cmt bKaart,perI)alsjBewe. Sept ft
traa. Sar Fr.ae.seo, per Sadie F Caller,
-, ists aad aban, m brick. 39 pe lumber, pkc
I ietobaoco,60pkeHsh. 9cate
l.oaar ax. aTsWrar. 1! pkr. d goods. K pkR t, 3 casea
;. .htor jsaods. It pke doors. m sUbs, 4M pkc
B i sas Hoar, all bx potatoes and apples. 233
piaarisaVw.tBpkc Sra. We bread, aJbxsoap. . pkc
riarT l a Ws bar. M ajalee. ea a. 34 balls.
Far Saa Praaeho. per Class Spreckola,
lb sagar. . Taloe $S7r.S.
Par ia PraarJsoa. per ABStralia, fcept 56 SS&.T.5 lbs
saxar as e. betai tearea. I bdle snear cane. 1 cs seed, 1
pare; e bneba baaaaas. Val l5om, $a,n..4.
Far Peetiaad. Or. per Oberon. Sept
aaam. ISVO rail. sjTap. M.nO lbs rice. 9JS1 lbs
siar aad i pkfj mdse and &.VM brick in transit for
Fankaa. VaL Bemeettc T.WI.ei.
For Saa rraaeisco, perSodoIk. SeptSSd, In ballad
aad eatra M coal and cement in tru.iit for S F.
lor Fact Towatesd. perDirch Grore, Sept
Praaeleea. per Cla Spreckeis, Sept "2nd
Va .' Wl.rax.
f T k a. o jaaras. Jr r cimMiiauu tc.ii wu.
Jur. H ilaaBberiala and 66 In transit
Fee per Ukellke,
F E A alone. A Fomander, ilrs H Tnrtou, 11
A Hera. tdW. X. SSitcbell. IIP rWwln. T tampbel'.
KIs. BakarMa. Urs BoUer. Mrs Canars and child, II
A -satiate 3tls Campbell. Dr. Greenfield, A
KabM. Bee lUaaike, A Knm.
W.adtrard Farts, per Ukelike. Sert
e anrder. r. laeaber;. F VaHntme. J ilildarts. C II
:IUa. A Laak SSaMies n Eldarts. Nits II X
U. W CfcaacHooo. ACronp. Mlaa Carter, illss
CaWar. F cawt Mrs Ikjnolds. L S Klce, 3 Low, 1
sace J K Stllia. t o lisaaie, canru "'"
'Wrtcaa. Mrs J Writ!, Mis.- F Wrirht. Loiig Chonc.
Mm ataisell. H Span and wife. 2iis Glade, 4 srloa.
a tu. tawu. Lm tmkp Anslralia. Sent 5 G Lara
aaaa C Irattc H J J Andery. W
t at-. A Slha, J Itrasb. t.eo F W ells. J Bccklejr, J V
fics.eriac. Y Nereas. lUlpb Wray. t J Ellcford,
fraakHait. Mr Janes. M L lfalenbeck. J It Holt. 11 Vf
a .M Mas. Harrla. ilita Frfe, E Harris. Dr.M Sinhh.
ilrs A T Atkastsoe. Mrs Hopper and daughter, J
(.imt r aad cblld. Miss Jodd. O O Kosc J G Spen.
Mims Oamt. K C Goodain. M Ccben. pr J
Wbjkl wife and Mrs J Uoirard, r red llonney,
T FtaaeriT aad ae. A EBertori.
Ferae Saa Saddle F Caller, Sept S-W
Laae, W O .daraby. J T O S Chamberlain,
B A Faaanses. Mrs Irtlnr, G lirean, C K Christie. J
M taSBABilaeaTi II MMer, O V Uoopie, W
MawaH.SentaHh.lSSI. BlXJlKCt HiLI
. ., .,..f - 12a. f5tTAnl I. a&d Carrie 11. Anslln.
ar-d l"rrr. and no.Cis Of Tigorous
aana heart, aad by rtrt&c of bis snnshlnc.v temper
aad araexy bearer of happiness "
e.bea; andwbo. darlnr. the last raonUrs of his
life aaae praanse of larre coralns; effldeney in the
aaia.au ianrpUnUns:; Msdeparuirehaa left a blank
alike in Ceid aad home, aad filled all oar eyea with tears.
His sratt ism-Hi as on oae of the O&omea hills, cosy
linrSi i. bath neaauia and sea, atd his memory
earnd aad ta all oar hearts.
The EaliU Road.
EsKrosorTBz Gatsros Permit me epaco in
yossr eaiamsa to all the attention of whoee
Jtraay be, to tbe condition of the Ealihi
nxui. jrut .beyond ill. O. Waller's Elacghtcrinj;
eelabfiibiaeni. An tnrai, or open oondoit has
bacBade der across the road, the traffic over
wfeach for xaxxiy tnonths, hu left the road, at
Has poiat in a condition dangerous for vhides to
pas. A smaU amocnl of labor and expense to
aw over thia aairai, would eerUinlv be
avreniaWby those harins this roid to IraTel. or
aflns & for an occasional carriage drire. 2.
It win in the wee sm' hoard on Snndy nlRht.
TW cteaiaer 'was known to be near the harbor,
when we thoapht we wonld find oat where she was,
a HOle interest in the boar of her aailinp.
Vc paUra down the lcrer; Ceal, no. answer,
err. . tti& ailenx. (Once more) Cestui.,
wnue w listened Ko. 1KH or tbereabocts broke in,
ad hTmi; howled himself hoarse, upon the calling
wire we entered into conrersation. The central
anas remained obliriona thooch it all, Qaerjl
wbal adexatace ia it to hare a telephone at nicht
'sa-l it iru be proai;ti; attended to.
Seeing arhata number of people are constantly
pxxK2 barjewarda and forwards from Honolulu
to tba CVst,thi Paric Hail Company oht to
Mstt aoa of the upper deck cabin for tha
Then tha Just roliaanired
as tipprr deck cabin ooold not.be obtained for
ok cc maerr. the sccoastoodaUon howerer, was
prtiiyljir below; oa the olher hand. Tery
U has happened that our cittrana bare
tun to any cabin aooommodation
otcIL rtUaveiud to ciajp dotra tajwberc, a
The JLvtlralia took away 23 cabin, and SO
Tesierday, the present Cabinet completed their
first year in office.
The next man from the coast will brine news of
the King's arrival in tbe United States.
Oar thanks are due Messrs. Whitney 4
for news favors per Sadie F. Caller.
There vere 1931 letters and 1231 papers and
packages dispatched by the mail on Monday.
The October term of the Supremo Court opens
oa Monday next, Tbe calendar is unusually light.
The cricketers of ILM5. Gannrt haTe challenged
the H. C C to & return match on Saturday afternoon
Two hundred and fifty cases of Genera rrjn,
invoiced at 3s. &3.pcr case, have been landed ex
The lleception Committees will meet again on
Friday next at the office of the MlnHcr of the
Last Saturday was the Jewish New Year's day.
Two of the leading dry goods stores on Fort street
were closed in consequence.
Tbe steamer Lilelilt is bavins a neat room fitted
up on the hurricane deck, which is intended for
the use o! the captain of the steamer.
We call attention to the advertisement, con
taining a very full list of Roods received by Messrs.
11. llackf eld fc Co. per lolami from Bremen.
There are 142 subFcribers to the Bell telephone
no . With such a Rood bubacription list we ought
to be well attended the Central OSioe.
The Norwegian who escaped from the Station
House, we noticed but issue, was socn caught; he
was hidins in the bashes near the
They are lion- beginning to call it the "Saturday
Grumbler." Anj thing more melancholy than its
tone last Saturday, has nut been heard in Honolulu
for some time.
Amongst the recent experts for the coast, was a
water tank loaded with Haiti. Kot a joke, but a
fact, and the police failed to tap it, though they
knew all about it."
Wm. Austin Vhiting) a nephew of Judge J. W.
Austin formerly first Associate Justice of tho
Supreme Court at these Islands, was admitted to
tae liar two weeks ago.
Mr, Hallenbtck has made many friends among
our Honolulu people, he certainly must possess in
a very high degreo that most valuable power of
attracting mankind to him.
A contemporary exercises itself considerably
about the movements of the 1. M. G. No fewer
-than four paragraphs in one column arc devoted
to the welfare of tne gentleman in question.
Miss Jennie lloyer will play an important part in
a civil suit before His Honor to day. Tbe other
members of the great comedy company are rehearsing
"My turn next" on board the Amtralia.
Mr. Montano succeeded in obtaining two excellent
negatives of Evangelist Hallenbeck. They
are capital likenesses, and in view of e large demand,
Mr. Montano has printed oil a large number.
As a token of their regard for tbe labors of Mr,
Hallenbeck, the Ladies of Honolulu presented
him with a purse of $705, the gentlemen gave fjOO
in addition, making in all the very handsome sum
The cattle stealer who escaped from tho
lilt, was re-captured and again made his escape,
was picked up again quickly by the police ;
he tried to hide away among the rushes beyond
Another possessor of opium athti was committed
to the reef for one month and fined 50 on Mon
day last. His recent employer gave him n. good
character as a cook, but this did not prevent the
law being executed;
Another runaway last week : Dr. Bobert
horse became frightened and took a rapid
jauar by himself. Itesult a wreckedtiuggy. The
medical fraternity have been unfortunate with
their vehicles lately.
Ladies1 meetings are continued to be held every
afternoon at 3 o'clock in the Vcetry Booms of Fort
Street Church. Mr. Hallenbeck expressed great
faith in the good work that is being carried out
by the Ladies of Honolulu.
The Band has a way of rubbing it into your
feelings pretty roughly, when just at the moment
of departure it murmurs forth "Home sweet
Home." The air generally succeeds tn drawing a
considerable number of tears.
The Pacific Hose Co. No. 1 will give their first
grand ball at the Hawaiian Hotel on Friday the
7th of October. Music will be provided by Prof.
Berger's excellent string band. This being the
nrst uan or we beasoa it wui uu uuuuk uv uucituij
TheBoyal Hawaiian Band lost one of its number
last week. The comrades of the deceased, under
the direction of Prof. Berger, headed the pro
cession from the Catholic Church to the Cemetery,
playing solemn and appropriate niusio as they
marched through the town.
A very large crowd assembled to see the
leave; the gathering was larger than usual in
consequence of the numbers who had come to-
v Mr. nallcnbeck off. The Hand, at tho request
of some of the. gentleman's friends, played a
hymn very soltly ana swteuy.
The subject of Mr. Cruzan'e preparatory lecture
at Fort Street church to-night, will be "Christ-likeness."
A full attendance of all the members
of the church, and those whoare to join the church
next Sunday, is specially desired. A cordial welcome
will lie given all others.
A fine lot of stock was received by the Sadie F.
Caller on Monday evening last, comprising some
forty bead of mules, and even head of black
Angus cattle. The mules are destined for John
N. Wright, of Koloa, Kauai. The cattle have
been imported from Scotland direct by Hon. J. I.
Dowsett for his grazing ranch.
We have been requested to contradict a statement
made by a contemporary that "Kaia, a native
constable appointed to look after lepers in
Honolulu," Ac &c A condensed and correct report
of Kaia's recent occupation and his present
status in society as n reward for his misconduct,
will be found in our police report.
From an advertisement in another column, it
will be seen that Messrs. Bosqui fc Co., offer to do
all kinds of lithographic printing. We have had a
number of specimens submitted to us, and certainly
their work is very excellent. Some plates of
grapes are highly artistic Their little show cards
ana advertisements are also good.
On Wednesday last, Wm. Golden, cook on board
the British bark Suffolk was charged with assault
and battery on Wm. Dunn, a seaman of that vessel.
Both men were drunk at the time of the assault,
and had a fight, during which the accused
bit his opponent's tongue nearly through, about
t hrceMjuarters of an inch from the end. He was
lound guilty and sentenced to six months at hard
A summons was served upon Mr. BJchardson of
W'aianaeto appear at Honolulu and show cause
why eCliinaman recently assaulted byPracht
should not be released from his labor contract.
Mr. Itichardson did not answer the summons as
hawas no doubt as well nwsreas those who is
sued the writ, that he resides beyond the jurisdiction
of this Court. Why waste time end expense.
on a fruitless errand T
The Princess Regent's birthday was celebrated
on board the City p Tori- oa her way to the
Coast Mr. Cornwell Invited nil the passengers to
an entertainment, and speeches were made by
Me ssrs. A. S. Hartwell, W. B. Castle, W. 0. Smith
and a Mr. Brace, a Scotch gentleman who had
called at the islands. Tbe mccthwwas quite
and the health of the Princess was
drank with full honors.
A consignment of fine sheep vrero wcelred by
the. steamer Australia. Tbe sheep are to be
placed upon the ranch on Kiihan ; they have been
pr ocured at great expense from the finest flocks in
New Zealand by Mr. Sinclair in person, and wilj
no doubt, prove a valuable acquisition to the
Nahau floe Th6ir prominent qualities axe
length aad soundaess of staples.
Those litilo houses on Pancbbowi which have
been noticedfrotn time totime by all tha press,
are now being -fenced in and look considerably
neater. If the tenants can eeta good supply of
water aad are industrious gardeners, a great
will eoao.cjrw U appearaj p o: too ones
w J-J ;' uiiiWt " " ". -l , fc I
dust side of our well known hiU. Tbe cottages
hare sot displeased us, as they have some people.
As long as the tenants keep their places neatly,
we had rather see fifty such cottages than one
palace: the cottages will be filled with material
that will help the nation forward.
School Inspector General Baldwin has been
spending a considerable time and devoting a great
deal of attention to drawing up A uniform course
of study for our public schools. The work is now
in the hands of the printers and will shortly be
published. This is decidedly a step in the right
direction and will, we feel sure, give a definitencss
to our school system which at present it does not
A newspaper Mis the story of Mr. Pracht, nnd
lays much stress upon its being "the naked truth :''
we have beard both sides of the case, and would be
very sorry to say which troithenolrrf lm; in fact
no one except a person gifted with that remarkable
perception which equals Sam Welter's patent
double magnifying microscope, an instrument calculated
to see through a deal door and two flights
of stairs, would venture to say what was the truth
in tbe matter; each side has had its story, and it
is only a court of justice that can decide upon the
merits of the case.
Our friend Don Celso has a correspondent on
the other islands. A very voluminous letter addressed
to "Son is exhibited oa the
Post-office sign board, baring been kept for short
postage. However much .we may bo amused' at
this, we still feel that this exhibiting of letters for
short postage is certainly wrong; this case brings
it specially forward ; it is very unjust that a man's
letters to peoplo should be displayed to the public
in this manner, and that in consequence, he should
be recognized by his hand writing as corresponding
with an unpopular person ; the is
unjust in this.
Mr. Bonneyleft by the Mifni7t: this gentle
man is an amateur photographer of great skill, ho
has traveled over a large part of Australia and
has obtained views of many very out of the way
places. Mr. Bonney took a considerable number
of plates here ; he uses the dry plato process,
which enables him to develop his pictures at his
leisure: those taken here he will send to London
for development. His work is tho very perfection
of photography; one of our friends nptly do-scribed
hU photographs as more like a fine steel
engraving than a photograph.
Something ought to be done to prevent those
diving boys from stripping on tho wharf: it is
perfectly disgraceful that hulking lads of 17 and
18 should be allowed to swim about and dive off
tho wharf, stark naked. The thing is positively
disgraceful, there ore always a number of ladies
around on steamer days, and tho authorities ought
certainly to interfere and prevent these young
fellows making such 'an indecent exhibition of
themselves. This matter has been referred to
again and again, but with out much effect.
Capt, Fuller, our eilicient harbor-master, deserves
and has received the thanks of our coasting
captains, by replacing many of the buoys ou tho
Ewa side of the passage, and also causing them to
be painted white, which is a decided advantage in
working in during the night. Last Friday ono of
our veteran coasting skippers spoke of this improvement
in the highest praise, and said that now
he would not hesitate to ccuio in during tho darkest
night!, as the buoys can always be sctn in time
to "tack ship" and avoid all danger of touching
This morning at about C o'clock, a fire broke
out in soma Chinese wash houses, located at tho
corner of King nnd Alakca streets, which, owing
to the want of a full supply of water being turned
on nt the time, were speedily in a blaze. When a
partial supply of water was obtained, steam en
gine No. 1 made quick work in subduing the
flames, and confining tho fire to tbe buildings
where it originated. At one time the large two-story
frame building, belonging to the estate of
the late A. McDaff was in danger of being consumed
; fortunately the Firo Department was on
the ground promptly, and this together with tho
absence of any wind, prevented tbe flames from
spreading, which with n high wind it might have
done. China Engino Co. No. 5 for the
want of water, was rendered partially useles?,
as were also some of tbe other engine.
This closing tho water off at night may sooner
or laUr result in laying waste a largo portion of
the city, and the amount of water saved by this
process does not compensate for the great
risk run. A fire can gather immense headway
before tho water can be brought into use to qnench
tho flames. The buildings destroyed were old and
Email and of little value. Tho Celestials lost
nearly all their household effects, including a
large washing belonging to others. The large
frame building was damaged considerably by
water. We could not ascertain the origin of the
A native named Kaia was charged with gross-cheat,
by obtaining ft from one Kaaipuna during
April last. The r.ccnsed represented to this native
that he was authorized to search out lepers, and
finding a girl in Kaaipnaa's house suffering from
leprosy, be extorted $2 from her father oa the plea
that he would not report the case. On a second
visit he obtained another f 2 for the purpose, as he
stated, as a contribution to a hospital of which the
Government was to pay one half and lepers the
other half. He represented himself as a policeman
on both occasions. The parties who paid the
money were misled by misrepresentations of
Ho had been in the police force formerly
but tiot since 1871. His Honor found him guilty,
and before passing sentence, he said that he did
not know anything more dangerous to tho natives
than people of the prisoner's class. He was a man
of education, and had held a position as policeman
which is an honorable position. HisIonor
was sorry that the law only allowed such a short
term of imprisonment for this offence. The button
on the prisoner's coat (a Hawaiian Government
badge) condemned him. Hi wanted the
simple Hawaiians to see that there is a law to protect
them against persons of tho prisoner's stamp.
He sentenced him to 60 days' hard labor, and expressed
regret that he could not giro him GO
Labor is very scarce in Maui, the B. R. Co. are
offering twenty-five dollars per month for native
labor and even at that rate cannot yet get a sufficient
. There has been a considerable improvement in
the roads within the past year or so. Captain
Taylor is to be complimented upon his very efficient
Thiee Nprwegians who were under contract to
the Haiku Sagar Company left on the A'ofs
for San Francisco; this veasel sailed on the
21st. The Norwegians do not seem to be a very
satisfactory kind of laborers; these tudden departures
are becoming too frequent. It was only
a short time before that two of the same class of
laborers ran away from the Baldwin plantation,
both of these however, have been recaptured, and
it was one of them who managed to escape from
his cell last week.
It seems more difficult to get married in
than it is to get a divorce. " A couple got all
ready to have a wedding, and invited their friends
when at the last moment they found a license was
necessary, so the would-be groom posted off to tho
agent for that purpose but found he was away, to
be gone a couple of weeks, so the couple had
nothing to do but postpone the affair until the
agent returned, when they got the license and
were made happy. Surely there should be no
legal obstacles in the way of getting married, and
as, the law provides for a snitablo number of
agents to grant marriage licenses in each district,
let cs have them.
Weather is dry at Mabukona, business brisk so
they tell us.
Major Wodehouse arrived at Hflo on H.B.M.S.
Gunnel on Sunday morning, September 18th.
The well at Mabukona is getting down deep,
but bo' ??w of water as yet. 8. Q. W. means to
get it however, he don't intend to give up till the
strata has been fully tested.
A wagon, drawn by I
horses and, the property of the San Francisco
and Honoulu Transfer Company, awaits tha ax
rival of twft eteaster at Mahaknaa to convey passengers
and bnggage to Knnslx
The rails for tho railway have arrived ia sufficient
quantity .to finish the line. A cargo went up
by yesterdajTi Li'Mi aad work will bo commenced
at once, the vessel with the locomotive on
board is now 35 days out, andraaybe expected to
land her freight in time for just dropping on the
line when she is wanted.
Sunday and Monday, September 18th and 19th
were observed on Hawaii as days of thanksgiving,
commemorating the cassation of the lava flow,
these days having been set apart for this pnrposo
by Her Highness the Governess of Hawaii.
Ben. H. Austin died at the residence of his father,
S. L. Austin Esq. after an illness of about three
weeks, on Tuesday morning, September SOth,
aged 18 years. He was buried at Ono .ea in a
beautiful location not far from the house, on
Mr. G. N. Wilcox has his planting well along on
Mr. A. 8. Wilcockof the Han amaula plantation
begun to plant last week.
Cane is looking well all over the island and frequent
showers in the mountains keep the streams
A reservoir is to be constructed- to accumulate
water for tbe ealia plantation, and a new clitcb
cut to increase the supply.
The Vtr arrived at Kapaa on Friday morning
with the royal standard flying. The Princess
Begent however, did not land at that place bnt
went on with the steamer to Hanalei, whence she
was to return to Kapaa by steamer on Mondsy or
Tuesday, and from there to finish tho circuit of
the island by laniL
Tbe Makee sugar Company declares a dividend
of 50,000 this year. They haa nearly finished
planting and a large part of the seed put in has
come up 'finely. They' will get in nearly three
hundred acres altogether. A new reservoir recently
constructed saves about half of their night
water and nearly doubles their effective water
supply. They propose to increase the capacity of
the reservoir by adding to the height of the dam.
After the late term of Court, Mr. ltice invited a
largo party of gentleman over tho mountains from
Lihue through tho pass just ranks! of Hoaryhead, to
he Kipukai portion of his ranch. This ia a valley of
about 1,000 acres hemmed in by precipitous
mountains and the sea. Hero for twenty-four
hcurs these dignified seniors traveled in Arcadian
simplicity, free from many of the artificial restraints
of a hollow society. They assisted in
fishing with nets with something of tho primitive
manneraof tho venerable savage; they fished by
torchlight at night, making a most picturesque
group as their flaming lights flashed back from
the shallow water with their uncertain
radiance; they hunted goats and turkeys
and plover, until at length as their stock of fish
and orabs and lobsters and gamo accumulated,
they were compelled to give up nil thought of
eating them all up, and to preparo menus for
carrying a part over the mountains back to more
civilized regions, whither they ruturned sunburnt
and reasonably well fatigued and surely loving
"not man tho less" from their nomewhat enthusiastic
interview with nature.
Roligions Services nt Fort Streot and Ka-
Revival services have been continued throughout
the week past, and increased evidences of tho
good work havo been manifested. On Wednesday
last, tho ltev. J. A. Cruzan officiated as pastor
at tho regular prayer meeting in tho Vestry Room
of Fort Street Church. His subject was, " What
good reason can you give for being a Christitn."
Replying for himself, he gave three reasons: First f
he was a Christian for hi3 own sake; second, for
the sako of others; nnd third, for the sake of
God. Ho edified his congregation by dilating on
each reason separately. The Rev. W. J. Smith
continued his instructive Bible readings on Thursday.
Mr. Hallenbeck occupied the rostrum on
Friday evening, when he repented by special request
his address on ' What is Gospel Temperance?"
Ho spoke earnestly nnd impressively for
ono hour, daring which he moved several of tha1
audience to tears. On retiring to the room below
many new testimonies wero offered, in which were
included the voices of several whosp besetting sjn
had been strong drink. On Sunday morning the
Rev. J. A. Cruzan again performed the duties of
pastor. During the Service he road out the names
of thoso who had signified their desire to join tho
church, and requested their attendance on Sunday
next when the covenant will bo read to them and
tbe Holy Communion will follow.
In tho evening, the platform was filled by Father
Dnmon, the Bov. W. J. Smith and Mr. Hallenbeck,
each of whom addressed the congregation in the
order named. The subject was " What is to be the
outgrow of this religious awakening." The Rev.
S. C. Damon likened it unto that parable relating
to the sawing of seed, and described in tbe Gospel
of St, Matthew. The Rev. W.J. Smith selected
various texts whereby to expound his views. Mr.
Hallenbeck said that so far as ho was personally
concerned, ho had no doubt of the keeping power
of Christ. He again related his own personal ex-
of bow he had been snntched from the
nnds of death, and how he had been ktpt by tho
mighty power of God. His appeal to the new converts
was almost universally responded to. At the
close of tbe meeting, about 10 JO p. m., a deputation
of native Hawaiians, waited on theEvangelist
with a petition signed by CC3 persons, praying that
he would remain with them for n few weeks longer.
Circumstances compelled him to decline there-quest.
Meetings were inaugurated at Kawaishao Church
on Tuesday week and havo been held regularly
every night since. They wero under the direction
of ilr. W. 11. luce or llaimi, wno wasably assisted
by Messrs. A. F. Judd, H. A. 1. Girter, H. Water-house
and H. Swinton. Tho reverend gentlemen
also took, it in turns to address tho meetings.
Ladies' gatherings have also been instituted in the
atfernoon, and on Friday, Queen Kapiolani was
Reception of Mr. M. L. Hallenbeck on
Judgo McCnlly's Gronnda at
On Saturday last the friends of Mr. M. L. Hallenbeck
tendered him an informal reception at
Judge McCulIy's spacious grounds, known as Fa-waft.
The ladies and children assembled beforo 3
o'clock, and at the appointed hour, Mr.
accompanied by the Rev. W. J. Smith
arrived on the grounds. He was received by Mrs.
McCully, tbe hostess of the day, and after greeting
his friends, a party of ladies and gentlemen
formed themselves in a circle and sang tho following
appropriate gospel hymn :
Shall wegalher at the river.
Where bright anpels' feet have trod
With. 11 errata! tide forever
Flowing by the throne of God.
Cho. Yes. we'llcather at the river.
The beanlifal, tbe beautiful river.
Gather with the Saints at the river
That flowt by the throne of God.
and following verses.
A roomy marquee was erected on the city side
of the grounds, of which Hawaiian and American
bunting formed a conspicuous part. A wide
spreading monkey-pod tree stands near tho center
of the lawn which afforded ample shelter for the
3001adie3 and gentlemen assembled. Two little
tents on the manka side formed a source of great
attraction to the children, nnd here let us say a
word about tho children. About 100 little boys
and girls from two years and upwards rambled
hither and thither receiving the caresses of their
parents and admirers. It ptis truly a beautiful
sight. Health, strength and beauty prevailed
throughout this assemblage of youth.
At the tingling of a bell, the hum ceased and all
listened attentively tq the suppliant prayer of
Father Damon whilo ho asked n blessing on the
good things that were abundantly provided, and
he also fervently prayed that God's blessing would
rest on that dear friend in whose honor all had met.
Then followed a rapid circulation of plates laden
w&h all the good things of this world, accompanied
by a copious supply of coffee from an apparently
inexhaustible urn. And such coffee, too.
Surely there must be a secret known only to the
"ladies" ia prodndng such a delicious beverage
from the fragrant bean. Bnt why dilate on one
speciality when everything was excellent. All
gave a helping hand to see that hiq or her neighbor
got all they desired. Just now, the advent of
Mr. Montano with his photographic apparatus,
caused the gathering to "close up," and what a
picture they presented to the artist 1 A few seconds
and all was over. What is the result? was
t te information sought by the youthful enquirers.
A failure was recorded, much to tbe disappointment
of all who-would like to have seen a picture
reproduced, and who would not ? The shades of
eve were falling as each and everyone soogbt Mr.
Hallenbeck, the guest of tbe day, to bid a parting
adieu. Among the ladies present, were: Mrs. A.
F. Judd. Misses Jhdd (2),Mra. J.T. Waterhotue.Sr.,
Mrs. Henry Waterhouse, Mrs. Eberhardt. Mrs.
Schmidt, Mrs. Grieve, Miss Payson, Mrs. Need-ham,
Mrs. Carter, Uxs. 6ears.Mr8.Nott. theMissa
Nott, Mrs. Blackburn, Mrs. Sharralt, Mrs. Parke,
Mrr. W. W. Hall, Mrs. P. a Hall, Mrs. Whitney,
Mrs. S. C. Damon, Mrs. i. C Damon, Mrs. S. E.
Bishop, Miss Bishop, Mia Clmrjeriain, Mrs. Simmons,
the Misses ifclntj re, Mrs. A. F. Cooks, Mrs.
J. Cooks, Mrs. A. S. Cooke, Mrs. Athertcn, Mrs.
Bingham, Mrs. Gilan,' Mrs. Pogue, Mr Grey,
Mrs. Chamberlain, Mrs. Russell, Mrs. Winzatu,
Miss Whitcomba, Mrs. .Lrurie, Miss Brans, Miss
Wall, Mrs. Pratt, Mrs. McCully, Mrs. P. G Jones,
Mrs. w. . Jones, Mrs. P. Jones, Mrs-Pieree, Mrs,
XowoU Satk7rs. ArdiidiOCrs. W. J. Saith,
Mrs. Cruzan, Mrs. Davis, ,nlrs, 3. Brown. Mrs. T.
Lack, Miss Lack. Mrs. Jciaon, Mrs. Savide, Miss
Savidge, M rs. 8. N. Castle. Mm. Alfred Castle, Miss
Castle. Mils Boyce, Miss Winter, Mrs. W. H. Bice,
Mrs. Haalelca, Mrs-Lidgate. Miss Norton, Mrs.T.
G. Thrum. Mrs. J. Webb, Mrs. Sass, Mrs. Wood,
Mrs. Magoon, Mrs. Philibrown, Mrs. Hovt, Miss
Comly, the Misses Carter (4), Mrs. Boss, Mrs. Dillingham,
the Misses Norton (2), Mrs. C. Cooke, Misa
Tanner. Mrs. J. T. Waterbouse, Jr., Mrs.
Mrs. Dimond. Mrs. Poole, Miss Pierce, Mrs.
Hanford, Mrs. Lishman, Misses Lisa man, Mrs.
Berry, Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. White, Miss Harris, Miss
Blaisdell, Mrs. Scrimgeour. Mrs. J. O. Carter. Mrs.
WbileomtX', A. Ehlcrs and a few others. About
an equal number of gentlemen were also present,
ana a me numoer 01 cnuaren.
The. Hot. W. J. Smith's Lecta re.
eubtict "ti ik Tonito mas's jassiox."
On Sunday afternoon the Bev. W. J. Smith of
the Tabernacle Church, San Francisco, delivered
a lecture at the Lyceum under tho auspices of the
Y.M. a A. His subject was " The Toung Man's
Mission." Long before the hour appointed for
opening, 3.30 fc, the hall wrs crowded with ladies
and gentlemen, the young men forming alaigs
proportion of tho audience. An unusually large
attendance of children, who each occupied a chair,
compelled most of the young men to stand
throughout the lecture. Not only the hall was
filled to overflowing, but each window was thronged
with attentive listeners from the outside.
The lecturer read from I. Kings, Chapter SO,
verses 13, 11 and 15. At the outset he said that
the T. M. C. A. was the grandest instrument in tho
world for the work of Christianity. Antagonism
had been done away with, and by its efforts we
have a common interest to work for throughout
America, Europe, Australia, China, and in fact
throughout the whole civilized world. The Y. M.
C A. was started in London about 30 years ago by
George Williams By bis efforts the work spread
rapidly and at every nightly meeting a victory was
wrought for God. Tho lecturer adverted to the
building which is in prospect for this city, and he
hoped that ill walls would be covered with pictures,
that attractive and instructive entertain
ments would form an important feature in the
work of the institution, which together with n
Well furnished library, Would form one of the
mightiest powers in Honolulu to win and elevate
the young mun. The Y. M. C. A. is a training
school for the church, and the young man wants
to be trained. It was in tho Association rooms at
Indianapolis, tho Mr. Moody first met Mr. Sankey
in 1870 who have since worked together hnnd in
hand in the good cause of Christianity. The
church cannot train these young men, so he wonld
point to the Y. M. 0. A. He pointed oat that tha
grandest instrument to reach a young man is n
young man. He described how decoy ducks are
used to entrap the older and wily birds, and he
wanted every young man to act in the capacity of
a decoy duck. He hoped the Old Fathers would
not take exceptions to it. There must bo a reality
in religion. Tho advantages of a Y. M. C. A. over
the church were mauy. Firstly, they worked unofficially.
Who ordained Paul, Phillip, Calvin,
and many others that he enumerated? The
reverend speaker said ho wished sometimes that
ho had never been dubbed Reverend. That is a
trade. When a young unordained man speaks, it
has on influence that tho words of a minister have
not. Secondly, they work undenominationally.
lie did not like to hear a mcthodist, a congregational,
a baptist, an episcopalian, or a revivalist
preferred. We can all do our work better by being
loyal to Christ. Ho did not ask .the young
men to join any church. When naked what persuasion
you are, you could answer in tbe words of
Paul's epistle to tho Romans, 8th Chapter, 38 and
" For I am persnaded, that neither death, nor
life, nor angels nor principalities, nor things present,
nor things to come, nor powers, nor height, nor
depth, nor any other creature, shall be able to separate
us from the love of God, which is in Christ
Jesus our Lord." What is wanted is the word
Ciiiustun written big in the title of the Association.
Thirdly, a young man had 3G5 days to work, and
many other opportunities that a minister can never
Fourthly, tho masses can bo reached by the
young man which tho minister cannot reach. An
old nnd blind member of tho Association, when
asked to explain, How to reach the masses ? walked
to the edge of tho rostrum and after waiting until
the attention of the whole audience was riveted
on him, said " Go fur them " and then retired.
Ministers may have voices like Apollo, but they
cannot reach the masses. A gentleman whom the
spesker knew, and who bad a decided objection to
go to church was invited toattendnspecial service.
lie refused nino consecutive invitations, and to the
tenth deputation, he replied. "I'll go for yorr impudence."
Again, there is the stranger in your
midst. A great many men were trying to reach tho
stranger with n oot pole. The omy way to do
it, was by putting our hearts to their hearts, our
hands to their hands, even though they aro besmeared
with sin. We want to reach out our
hands and help ono another. In conclusion, ho
appealed to the young men to carry out the good
work that had been sot on foot during the few days
tbe speaker was absent at Hilo, and be hoped at
some near future date to revisit these islands and
join in the consecration of tha Y. M. C. A's. new
Mr. Y. C. Jones made a few remarks in which
he cordially endorsed the views of the lecturer,
and before sitting down he added $300 to his
former donation, thereby making it $1,000 in all.
Mr. J.T. AVaterhouse, Sr., said, 1 also give
Mr. Root. Lowers doubled bis former subscription
of ?-), as also did Father Damon by giving
An appropriate, hymn was sung by the choir and
the audience was dismissed with a blessing, a few
minutes before 6 o'clock.
THE BTTSrNI'SS Oi' THE IiATE
THOMAS LACK will be continued as heretofore,
at hi old stand. No. TO Fort Street. b73 It
Notice of Copartnership.
if ANi:ni:un. of kiii.ka, atei
Auoi.pir STEIN, of Eleele, constltnte the firm
of the Koloa Hanch, doing business at Koloa, Kanal.
Koloa. September 21. IlSl. STt 2t
2H FEET GAUGE,
, ,. i
Por S si X e:
9000 feetSO lb Eallt, with bolts and (pikes,
One Half Milo Portable Tramway,
In 13 feet Ienjtbi,
2 Drair Bars for laying track,
1 Friction Pulley, y, In face, with 5-ft lever
S Miles Blecl Wire Rope,
IS Railroad Cars, complete, with car body platforms
10x3, with stakes and brakes.
Apply to 871 4t F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.
T ITBREBY FOKBIJD ATjIi
1 sona from harboring or trusting any one on my
accocnt, as X will not pay any deuts contracted In
my name, oron my account, after llii. dale, without
a written order from me. W. C. HOUDK.
Hilo Hawaii. Angnrt iMtli, 15S1. r03 63 8ra
MB. M. L HALLENBECK'S LIKENESS!
PnOTOGRAPIIS OF JIR. jr. Ii.
II ALLEXUEUK, Cabinet Sire, are now on saleat
KM - ilr. OXTANO'S Studio.
AT AN ADJOURNED MEETING
of the Stockholders In tbe Pacific Sugar Mill, held
ihis day, the following Ofll cera were elected for the
F.A. Schiefer President.
JnliusHotlns - Treasurer.
Ilelnrich Kenjea... ...... ..............Secretarr.
3. Il.faty. Auditor.
HEINKICH RENJES, Sec'y
Honolulu, Sept gtat, 1831. 87 it
E. BOSQUI & CO.,
Of San Francisco.
Checks, Illustrated Business Cards,
Bonds fix., &&, fix.
SAMPLES OF WORK CAN IIESEKN
And order. left with
671 3m WHITNEY & ROBERTSON.
TOli TUB rt'KXISTIIXa OF
FAIAl to the,' CJaces'a Hospital In such
at may be rrqsfrrd ; far a term of one year from the
1st October. IS . will be received at the oHee of the
nrdersleaed npto 12 noes onratardar the 31th September.
F. A. SCHAErTEB.
Honolala. Septiah. 1131. 5 gt 671 It
TITTTH IIIJIKDIATF POSSESSION T1TAT
T very desirable reaidmee No. IE Nssinn
AvraafcconlEinj eight roonv, kllchea, pantry. Data
room, aerr aata' room, coach home, stable and fowl
house. Apply to J. n. WOOD, or
Sfttf 3. E. WISEMAN. ZTOertfaant IS
MBS. J. SIMMONS,
Xeac e nt Vocal sd lrt t rmtal TUo
So. 9S Hotel ac opposite Sr. Xc&rcWi.
OFFER FOR SALE
INVOICES OF NEW GOODS
JtST KECEIVD PER
f"lOLAN!r" K. Carrels, Master,
120 days from Bremen,
Consisting In part of aa folio ir
A Largo Isst of Dry Goods,
Fancy Prints, Sew Stjles,
Denims. Brown and 'White Cottons,
Drills, Ticking, Turkey Had, o.
Merinos, black and colored, 4 qualities
Ecpps, Cbbcmrgs, Alpacas, Italian Cloth, and
Printed Satteena, Plds,
Ginghams, Victoria Lawns, Satin Stripes,
Fancy Striped Grenadines.
'White Silk Japanese, Twills, Serges,
Poplins, Satin anil Moire,
Black and Colored Velvets,
Black, Groscrain. Fancy, Colored and Striped,
Barege, Crepe, 4c.,
Buckskins, Diagonals, Tweeds, Cords,
Serges, Silnuas, Doeskins. Cdssimeres, Ac.
A Splendid Asst. of Shirts,
(Woolen, Mixed, Calico, niekory.Denlm. Jtc.)
Merino and Cotton Undershirts,
White Bosom Shirts, ic,
Socks and Stockings, Handkerchiefs,
A LAKGE INVOICE OF CLOTHING
Fino Black Cloth Frock Coats and Pants,
Buckskin Sacks, Fanta and Suits, .
Felt, Jlohair, Drill, Flannel Sacks and Pants,
Boys Shirts and Children's Jackets,
Monkey and Sailor Jackets,
I. K. Coats and Leggings, Carpet Slippers,
Silk and 1. 0. Umbrellas and Parasols,
Fancy and TravelingShawls,
Cotton and Turkish Towels.
While and Fancy Qoilts,
Felt lings and Brussels Carpeting,
Horse- Blankets. White and Fancy Blankets,
Fancy Striped Woolen, two sizes,
Scarlet, Orange, White Woolen,3and i points,
Threads, Tape, Elastic, Scarfs, Ac-Silk
and Velvet ltibbons,
Buttons for Shirts, Coals, Pants, Dresses,
PERFDMBRY, FLORIDA WATER,
Genuine Eau de Cologne, Lnbin's Extracts,
Toilet Soaps, Philocome, Hair Oil, Combs,
Mirrors, Looking Glasses, Pipes,
L It. Balls, Harmonicas, Blank Books,
Albania, Gold Leaf, Jewelry, Watches,
Hemp and I. It. Packing, Coal Baskets,
Extension. Arm, Dining Boom and Parlor
Choirs, Settees, Ac,
Saddles, Calfskins, Girths, Slirrnp Leathers,
CRATES OF ASSORTED CROCKERY,
Containing Plates, Cups, Teapots, Bowls,
Chambers, ltice Dishes and BaVers,
Demijohns, 3 and 5 galls ; Simple Bottles.
Vases and Glassware, Manila and Tarred Hope,
Sugax c3 Rioe Bags
Of aU sizes and qualities,
Coal Bags, Gunnies, Twine, Burlaps,
Woolpack and Twilled Sackinjr, Linen Hose,
Sardines, in half and quarter boxes,
H. and P. Biscuits, Salt in Jars,
Castor Oil in Tins, Stearine Candles, 4, 5 and C,
Watches, Cocoannt Oil, Wash Blue,
Hnbbuck's Linseed Paint Oil, H White Lead,
White Zino Paint,
Do Laage fits and Boutellean Brandy, and
Bum, Gin, St. Paul Beer, Ale and Porter,
Port Wine, Sherry, Ithino Wine,
Fine nnd Table Clarets. Champagne,
Dry Heidseick Mononole, Ch.Farre,
G. II. Mnmm & Co., Sparkling Hock,
Moselle, Ac, Ac.
German and Havana Cigars
Plated Ware Spoons, ForlB, Cruets, Tea Sets,
Pocket and Butcher Knives, Scissors,
Sheep Shears, Needles, Spoocs, Files,
Spurs, Galvanized Basins, Hoop Iron, "
Ke" Bivets, Hammers,
Yellow Metal and Composition Kails,
Babbitt Metal, Sugar Coolers,
Iron Tanks, Clnrihers Ac Also,
Portland Cement, " White Bros.."
Fire Clay, Blacksmith Coal, Fire Bricks,
Tiles, Empty Barrels, Oak Boats, Ac
Terms Liberal. Samples sent Free of Freight
Orders from the other Islands carefully
attended to by
THE HAW. BARK 'lOLANI',
Capt. IL OAKRELSi
B :na jxxsst x rod froxa
1-1 dtys passage.
With an Assorted Cargo of
4r For particulars sec adv. column of
H. HACKFELD & CO.
871 M lm
JUST LANDED I
EX " CITY OF BOMBAY,"
, Xjtf3ro .Irtx roo
TEENFS PALE ALE!
In qU pU. la tjnsntlUef to unit, at
570 4t F. A. Kan EKE It fc CO.'S.
A LARGE SELECTION OF
SUPERIOR MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
2 superior Fianos of Aucher Frcies, Paris.
Melodeons, Orzans. Piano Stools. Violins,
Ilonbls Uasses, Violoncellos, Onltars,
Violas, Jltuical Boxes. Tambourines,
Banjos, Flatca, Piccolo,, Flageolets,
Bsndoscoas, Accordant, Tnning Forks,
Violin Bows, Vlolineello, Bows,
Double Bass Bows. , Pegs
And llridjei, Tail Piices, Clarionet Kied,,
ALL KUTD3 OF STBD.G8 FOB
Violins, Guitars, Basses, Cellos,
And a Txriety of small oslcal Inst en ts.
FOB SAE.E BT
Ira 871 Eil.'SrfPrrrlCHt.AEOEK A CO.
(ff FOR lKVrnNT
OVvUVtt at nine pj per cent, on Baal E-late
securities, ta aatonu of Bit less than One
8. B. DOLE.
Honolnln.Sept lllb,H5t. .
All SIN'G. OP THE FIK1T OF
Win? XTa Cban fc Co Tetlrea from tbe Slid
oimbxlay.andChlengFinslaaa ittedaa a partner:
to teat the said partnership from and after this day
coml.tiof C. MuwKunjc sad Cblesg PlnZ. C. ow
Eanz alone will I ja the firm nine.
863 a W1SQ WO CHA3 CO.
IQT OPPOSITE PA-BADE
QORNER J Os0. FOB BALE.
I St , 17. R. SEAL.
TO THE MUSICAL PUBLIC.
ER A OF "TsHt
talrty yean, Ian prepared to select all Mud of
HruIcalerccdisefAai etearl adusd otter. I
shall be glad to recetrs orimt t et StriarlsKninieBU
reqslrcd or foraaytbliar In t5akll tisi.
a la SJt iCK srV.&CK : Co.
By . T. ADAMS.
will be told at Auction Without Stierre,
On Thnreday, -September" 29t
At 13 o'clock soon st Sifei Sooa.
A Splendid Driving- Horse,
Sound la every respect,
AND IS SO KIND AND GENTLE
That a lady can drive him.
Ho is also fjood under tha saddle.
, P. ADA-S, Anct'r.
THTTESDAT, SEPTEMBEB 29th,
At 11 A. .at Salea -
Will be told it public aactlrm , for accoast of whom It
may concern, ,
The Folio-King Goods.
Damaged by ica water, x hlp City of Bombay
from Olasgow. ,
II In diamond
Wit t bale Pine Denims, 10 pieces, 6H yards.
33151 bale Bine Denims, 10 pieces, M9 yards.
33011 bale, 1UU Brown Grey Union Blanket.
T t as CAMX.
. P. ADAilS, AaeVr.
REGULAR GASH SALE
THTJESDAY, SEPTEMBEB 29th,
At lo . . sit Snlea lloom,
Dry Goods and Clothing'.
Tins Australian Butler,
Sacks Small Yellow Corn,
Sacks California Potatoes,
Sacks Brown Snear,
Coils. Manila Hope,
Bales Wrapping Paper,
Cases Kerosene Oil,
Cases Soda Crackers,
Cases Medium Bread.
ONE SINGLE HABNESS, In Good Order.
TO CLOSE AN ESTATE,
Ono Valuable Pearl King,
One Gold Quartz Pin.
One Gold Watch Chain,
One Gold Buckle,
One Gold Watch Key.
Also, 28 Boxes Garlic.
240 Sac i Australian Potatoes, Jost Sec'd
Ex Strar Australia. Also,
One Carriage Horse.
B. P. ADAMS, Anctr.
JITST EECEIVED AN INVOICE
OF THE OELEBEATED
Pilsener Beer !
By Bark Iolanl, 119 Jraya from Germany.
Also, a Urge
Assortment of Wines and Liquors !
071 For Sale by E. HOfySCHLAEQER CO.
HAWAIIAN BARK "I0LANI,"
ta. 3r oio:is
A Hew Lot of lager Beer
From tho Bremen Brewery.
r FOB SALE BT
871 4t r. A. SCilAEPZE A CO.
BOOT ILND SHOE ST0EE
No.lHFortStreet, above Hotel,
THE S1QX OP THE U0LDEX BOOT.
Dy the last steamer I hue received a large aasortia t
of the latest Ara eilcan stylo of
Boot, Shoes, Ties & Slippers
Ac Ac Jtc Ac
Ladies' and Children's Shoes a Specialty.
Boots and Shoes KTado to Order
With Neataes t and Dispatch.
mute FKAKK OERTZ.
Harlng txragkt the bnsiness of G. G. Morrow1 & Co.,
on Hotel St., are prepared to carry on
tne business of
GAS PITTING, AND
IK ALL ITS BRAXOUES.
PUBLIC PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
Oil AS. SMITH.
Firm name, KI3TLEK SMITH,
nonolula. Annst SO, WSK M 8681m
SETBERT'S AUTOMATIC STEAM
FOB SALE BT THE
HONOLULU IRON WOEKS CO
This little appiralas oils the cylinder constantly aad
perfectly, go little oil Is used that a sarins; ef oft aad
wear equal to four times Its cost may b effected la ona
Pint Size, $45. Half Pint Size, $30.
STEAM ANDJfATER PIPE.
tfo wonld call tie ittcatloa of thoa rrqalrinj Plfisr,
to oar large stock of
154,000 Feet On Hand!
JJUci Welded Steim Flee H to T ia. diameter.
Galnoired Water Flpe 14 to 3 In. diameter.
t The abase at Moderate Prices.
THE HOHOnJlDTSOH" W0SXS C03SFY
PEBSONS WiSHDfGTO HATS
tUwi of acajei or any oat doer photegrapby do w,
TJT rRST.CASS 8TX
67 apeljlss to tM oadertieMrt at W7?ert Steee.
Hanolnln. Jan. 18.1881. tai a.
AT at BRA X x BfetrJ. W!K VstUT
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